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Rajan Alex, Ph.D.
Professor of Computer Science Office: Engineering Building, Room 145
Professional Profile Dr. Rajan Alex joined the West Texas A&M University faculty in 1995. He received a bachelor's degree in mathematics from the University of Kerala, India, in 1977. He received a master's degree in mathematics from New Mexico State University in 1987. He received a Ph.D. degree in applied mathematics in 1994 and a master's degree in Computer Science in 1995, both from Texas Tech University. He is a Sun Microsystems certified Java programmer.
Teaching and Related Service Dr. Rajan Alex teaches courses in computer science that are both programming related and theoretical. He is interested in teaching programming languages as a tool for problem solving. He has taught courses such as Analysis of Algorithms, Discrete Structures, OOP, Computer Networking, Operating Systems, Data Structures, Artificial Intelligence, Compiler Design, Assembly Language, and Computer Architecture.
Dr. Rajan Alex's assignment at WTAMU includes service on the Undergraduate Admissions Appeal committee. He serves as a member of several conference-organizing committees and as a reviewer for several international journals. He serves as an associate editor for the Journal of Hybrid Computing Research.
Research and Creative Activity Dr. Rajan Alex's research interests include applications in Artificial Neural Networks and resolution of problems using fuzzy logic. He has resolved problems in supply chain management, regression analysis, linear and non-linear programming, and neural networks using fuzzy logic. He authored and coauthored several journal articles and conference proceeding papers.